Jonathan Raven

Professional
My name is Jonathan Raven.  Professionally I am an equity research analyst.

I currently work for a hedge fund as a MENA, Turkey, and pan-European analyst.  I look at companies in many industries including:  consumer, agro-chemicals/fertilizers,banks, gaming,  stock exchanges,  toll-roads, defense, airlines, medical devices, and recruitment.

Previously I have worked as a sell-side stock analyst where I covered companies in the following industries: consumer, defense, auto, and industrial/conglomerate names as well as agro-chemicals/fertilizers.

Here is my profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanraven

China Enthusiast
China is not only around 20-25% of the world’s population, but with a recorded history spanning 4000 years, it is probably around half of humanity’s culture.  With that in mind I started reading Chinese history, taking Mandarin classes – and I was hooked!

This Blog
The aim of ‘The Raven and the Dragon’ is to give commentary to the Chinese market and economy.  Each entry aims to give opinion as well as fact that could not be picked up easily in the media.

Contacts
I can be reached at raven.jonathan@gmail.com

Zai Jian
Jonathan

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2 Responses to “Jonathan Raven”

  1. ReadersHeaven September 22, 2010 at 9:05 am #

    Hi, nice to meet you !

  2. R. Winton-Smythe December 14, 2010 at 4:35 pm #

    This is top stuff. I’ve been in this field for over a decade and this is some of the best analysis I’ve come across in that time.
    If this remains the quality of your product, you, young man, will go far! Jolly good work.

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